“Ghana Music Awards is not credible so I don’t talk about it” Wutah Kobby

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Wutah Kobby

Wutah Kobby

The impending biggest event in Ghana Music, Vodafone Ghana Music Awards is still the topic of conversation on all Showbiz plat forms. From TV to Radio to Online media, analysis about the various categories are been sieved to know who deserves to win.

Last week Saturday on the popular Local Chat Show at Prime 89.1 FM, Wutah Kobby was the Artist Guest who graced the show. The humorous Presenter, Pasino with his usual piercing questions put Wutah Kobby into the hot seat.

Asking him his views on the Vodafone Ghana Music Awards and who in his opinion deserves to win various categories, Wutah Kobby in plain words, without any bush-beating spewed up that “Ghana Music is not credible so I don’t talk about it”.

Having won the Awards from the same organizers years back, Pasino asked him if during his reign in the group it was credible. He answered with a nod and vividly said “YES!”

In his opinion, some songs which are not even popular were nominated leaving most of the hit bangers ‘orphans’. To him, the Artist of the Year is an Asem deserving one with his love song ‘Tsotso’ deserving to be in the ‘Vodafone Song of the year’ category.  The acoustic-sound-alike voice, Wutah Kobby performed his popular songs live on air.

To him, ‘Father for all’ his gospel single which is receiving amazing air play is a song on his heart. “You can use it for your worship in the morning, when going to sleep etc” he advised.


Author: Nana Kwesi Coomson (www.233times.com)


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